They built an empire that was essential in the pandemic. Now, their impending divorce makes personal a shift that confidants say was well underway in their philanthropic roles.
Even if your finances weren’t devastated by the pandemic recession, many Americans have not yet started saving. Here’s what you can do.
Booming housing market as ‘incredible demand’ fuels shortage of essentials from concrete and timber to taps and roof tiles
UK homeowners face higher bills for renovation work as builders grapple with soaring material costs and shortages of essentials ranging from concrete and timber to taps and roof tiles in a booming housing market.
“It is a bit like going to Sainsbury’s and them not having any bread, milk or eggs in,” said Paul Bence, the managing director of builders merchants Bence, of the runaway demand for supplies that is emptying shelves. “Cement is our bread and butter and we would normally keep a good 10 days stock. We would not operate a ‘just-in-time’ model … but that’s effectively where we are right now.”Continue reading...
For many midlevel engineers and food truck workers and longtime residents, a region filled with extremes has become increasingly inhospitable.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why investors should focus on doing their own homework after earnings reports before selling a stock.
The president said he saw no measurable evidence that a $300 federal boost in unemployment benefits was hurting the labor market, amid criticism from conservatives and business groups
As part of Epic's argument that Apple's App Store is anti-competitive, the trial has revealed internal Apple deliberations on negotiations with top partners.
When employees of Fiat Chrysler, now Stellantis, return to offices they'll do so with a new company and a more flexible work schedule.
The rate of daily Covid infections is declining in 30 states and the District of Columbia and one-in-three Americans are now fully vaccinated.
As weather-related events become more severe and costly, it's important to make sure you have sufficient coverage if your home gets damaged or destroyed.
The UK will be 'left behind' if other countries open up travel more quickly, the industry says.
WHO chief says he urges other countries to follow the example of the U.S. on supporting vaccine patent waivers.
Companies in China, Turkey and Russia are increasingly producing armed drones, remotely piloted aircraft that can use guided weapons on and off the battlefield.
As businesses reopen offices, big insurers are bracing for an onslaught of claims related to employment and labor lawsuits.
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Cathy Merrill of Washington Media wrote in The Washington Post that people who wanted to work from home lose status as full-time workers.
The World Health Organization has approved a Chinese vaccine for emergency use. The announcement comes at a time when officials in the country are warning of a domestic shortage.
Southwest is the latest airline to announce plans to resume hiring as travel demand returns.
Administration officials say there is no evidence that hiring has been slowed by the extra $300 per week that unemployed Americans are eligible to receive.
Officials have said that they want to see real, not just forecast, progress toward full employment and stable inflation.
Messonnier's stark warnings contrasted sharply with then-President Donald Trump's messaging at the same time.
Marty Walsh, the Secretary of Labor, said after April's disappointing jobs report that in normal circumstances 266,000 jobs "is a good number."
Stocks have soared under the new president, and the Dow has generally preferred Democrats since 1901. But don’t count on that for the future.
AMC's new investors are rallying around the stock, but Wall Street is far more bearish on the company's performance.
April’s anemic job creation was so out of line with what other indicators have suggested that it will take some time to unravel the mystery.
Officials freeze more than £6m held in bank accounts controlled by the man and woman from Bradford.
Just 46% of respondents said they were at least somewhat confident in the J&J shot, compared with 69% who said the same for Pfizer and Moderna's vaccines.
The US economy added just 266,000 jobs last month, sharply lower than in March and a sign that some businesses are struggling to find enough workers as the economic recovery strengthens.
The result was a lot weaker than expected – far shy of the Wall Street consensus of nearly one million new jobs.
#NFP growth for April comes in at disappointing +266K
The unemployment rate was UP to 6.1 %
Now we go look under the hood and see what happened on a sectoral basis.
Also, watch here and @jobqualityindex in about 15 minutes for the #JQInstant.
Peloton shares climbed about 6% Friday as investors realized the financial hit from the company's treadmill recall isn't as bad as some had feared.